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Code Amber Ticker Sponsor and Sponsor Link Application

In addition to Ticker and Link Sponsorships we also offer an innovative and inexpensive alternative, Code Amber Dots.

Sponsorship of the Code Amber Ticker is now available (please see the ticker above for an example) in addition to our Sponsor Links as shown to the right. Ticker Sponsorships are available on a non exclusive basis. Please use the form below to tell us about your company and web site. We will review your application and get back to you with availability and pricing within two business days.

Sponsor Links on the Code Amber site will be viewed thousands of times every day. The links are static and your presence will be indexed by Google. Our high Page Ranks, and linking to your site, will improve your Page Rank and enhance your SEO.

Sponsor Links will be displayed on the Code Amber home page as well as other select high volume pages on the site including Amber Alert and Missing Endangered detail pages.

We do not share your information with any third party. The information we request is used only to determine the suitability of your web site for inclusion as a Sponsor Link. Sponsor Links are sold on an annual basis. There are two pricing options for Sponsor Links (please see above for Ticker Sponsor pricing) . Option one is $495 for the year if you provide a link back to Code Amber News Service on the page we link to on your site. Option two is $995 for the year with no link requirement. Space is limited and Sponsor Links are sold on a first come basis.

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With over 2000 missing children reported each day, fewer than 1 of those children meet the strict criteria for an Amber Alert.




Advocates for missing children would like to see all cases get the attention that high-profile incidents receive, but the vast majority of abduction cases go relatively unnoticed.

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